Warwick O’Brien of WOB Architects talks about his work, his life, his passion for sustainable development and his hopes for a new way forward.
Angelena Harridine Buckskin set up HEARTS (Health, Education, Arts, Resources and Training) some time ago and she has lately teamed up with Liam Clancy a Consultant in the Community Services Sector and NDIS Consultant and by working together through HEARTS they show what can be done. This is part 1 of an interview that is all about people working together.
Damon has painted and thrown away thousands of little planets. How many will it take? A fabulous artistic metaphor. I talk to Damon here about why he is so passionate about this
we have invited Prof Camilleri to Adelaide He has committed to making “a presentation that has real teeth to it, . . . . against the backdrop of the current political landscape in Australia and internationally, and what a “Just Peace” agenda for Australia might look like as ominous clouds loom on the horizon.” Prof Camiilleri will talk about the 3 triads needed for us to live a peaceful and sustainable life. His talk will answer a lot of your questions
Thursday July 18th, 7.15 p.m. for a 7.30 start
The Joinery, 111 Franklin St, Adelaide.
Seemingly without any consultation this car park that serves the local community well is about to close. Listen to Sam Powrie (from Port Adelaide Bug, bicycle users group) telling us what’s happening here.
Caren’s insights on how a truly sustainable future looks, when the First People and migrants and everyone is included in the planning.
This was recorded just a couple of days before my good friend died. He was thrilled with the idea that his voice and his opinions on living sustainably could be saved and heard long after his death.
Last year Sue interviewed Bill Kelly on whether art can stop a bullet.
A delightful glimpse into the early life of these sisters (pictured with daughter Cheryl) living in Waymouth Street with their mum and siblings. Light Square was one of the favourite places for kids to play and once you’ve heard this we reckon you’ll join in the call to have the square re-named as the Laura Agius Reserve.